CIEPL pulsejet fabric bag filter systems are used for removing particulate materials from process and general ventilation air as well as to recover valuable products from several manufacturing processes. As a standard of the industry Bag Filter Systems have been used for diverse applications all over the world. Collectors add versatility and in-built efficiency to the conventional bag filter designs for dust collection and pollution control applications. Now you can select the most appropriate size and design to meet your specific requirements
INLET CHOICES The bag house collector design / offers either top entry or hopper entry to meet the needs of your applications. For fine dust with low dust concentrations and with higher air-to-fabric ratios, top entry is more suitable. Top entry generates a down flow of air throughout the collector, due to which it aids the movement of particles towards the hopper. In case of course dust and high dust loads, hopper entry is preferred. Heavy particles naturally gravitate to the hopper. PULSE-JET CLEANING The filter bags in the collector are continuously cleaned with pulses of compressed air which are initiated by an electronic sequential timer. Small volumes of high pressure compressed air are directed from a reservoir tank through solenoid valves and nozzles. As the burst of air passes through the venturi at the top of each bag, it induces a larger volume of additional air into the clean face side of the bag, inflating the fabric bag and breaking the dust layer on the outer face of the bag. The fabric gets a secondary cleaning as the pulse bounces back up the bag. Pulse-jet cleaning provides an effective means of reconditioning the fabric without interrupting the normal airflow through the filter system. Since the pulse-jet collectors operate at higher filtering velocities than the corresponding fabric collectors which are cleaned either by mechanical shaking or low pressure reverse air. CONVENIENT BAG REMOVAL In most of the conventional bag filter systems filter bags are removed from the top side, which means first the top assembly, including venturies, etc., has to be opened or dismantled, and then each bag has to be lifted up. The operation requires several persons working for several days. Moreover, the user has to ensure that the height of the ceiling should be at least double the height of the bag filter system. Pulsejet filter from CLEAR IONS are designed in such a way that the bags can be removed from the side panels of the collector, without having to dismantle any part, which means that the bags can be removed by a single person in a matter of a few minutes.
PRESSURE-DROP ACROSS THE COLLECTOR Since the bags are continously cleaned the pressure drop is very low and almost constant. Though the pressure drop will depend upon factors like air-to-fabric ratio, temperature of air, dust loading, finess of dust, etc., normally it will range between 75 to 150 mm WG. COMPRESSED AIR REQUIREMENT Bag filter collectors are designed for optimal use of compressed air for bag cleaning. The actual air consumption will depend upon various parameters of the final applications, such as dust loading, air-to-fabric ratio, type of filter media used, etc. MATERIAL OF CONSTRUCTION The standard material used for the construction of Pulsejet Bag Filter is mild steel treated for rust prevention, double coated with red oxide primer and painted in color of your choice. Special materials of construction like SS/ PVC/ FRP lined can be used to meet the application requirements. SUPPORT STRUCTURE The system is built with self-supporting strong structure out of steel sections.